Store cucumbers on the counter out of direct sunlight. Once cut, store in a container or bag in the fridge. Avoid refrigerating uncut cucumbers - the cold will damage the delicate cucumber cells and cause them to spoil more quickly.
Cucumbers are great eaten raw and can also be cooked and used in many of the same ways as zucchini.
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A Dutch heirloom cucumber that looks like a lemon, but doesn't taste like one. Lemon cucumber are edible in both the green and yellow stage and you can expect both in your vegetable bags.
The skin & seeds are edible, but can be tougher than some hybrid varieties so you may choose to remove them.
Horned Melons (aka Jelly Melons) are botanically a melon, but can be eaten like a cucumber if picked young.
Horned melons have very sharp thorns, so take care when handling them. You can eat the skin if you remove the thorns with a knife. Or, pickle them to make pointy pickles.
*Horned melons are much more difficult to eat than regular cucumbers, so will be included in veggies bags only once (or not at all if you prefer)*